PM announces to constitute a committee comprising representatives from Centre, State and of the farmers

New Delhi : Prime Minister Narendra Modi has announced to repeal all the three controversial farm laws against which the farmers were agitating for more than a year.

In his address to the nation on the occasion of Guru Nanak Jayanti, the PM announced that the BJP govt has decided to withdraw the three farm laws in the upcoming winter session of parliament.

While making this announcement the PM elaborated the steps initiated for socio-economic empowerment of  farmers, especially small farmers and maintained that three farm laws were moved to achieve the mission.

He said that the laws were meant for the upliftment of the 10 crore small farmers of the nation  and admitted that "We couldnt convince a section of farmers despite best efforts".

He said that the laws were hailed widely but a section of farmers continued their agitation despite efforts made from all corners to convince them.

The announcement was made ahead of Punjab
assembly polls slated for next year. Thus move  of the PM was being looked at as a measure to appease the farmers of the state who protested the most against the bill.

He also announced to constitute a committee with centre, state and farmers representatives for addressing issues related to the farmers.